Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 19 1966, Page 10

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 19, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 10-Bennington Banner thur a May 19, 1966 Lara popping original Ballet set in Manchester w Mhall Bondville Manchester a a on june 4 at 8 . Linde Gibb will pre sent an original Ballet version of 11 Mary popping at the South pm Vermont Art Center. The Ballet will be danced by a cast of 40 pupils from the surrounding area with Nancy to Howard in the title role. Also featured will be Jackie Dell of Manchester and Tina Rose Debbie fish and pall Papineau All of Rutland. Dill and Libby Gilbert of Dorset will perform in pantomime roles. Mrs. Gibb will also dance in the performance. A Mary Poppins is the Story of two children and their remark Able Nanny and the confusion which she raises in their family. The music from the original soundtrack is Light and Catchy and provides a perfect accompaniment to the Gay choreography. Linde Gibb remembered for her Ballet portrayal of a Peter new supp Hose sheer by a so glamorous by sheer you won t believe they re support stockings this is the stocking you be been waiting for the sheer est supp Hose stocking Ever created. New supp Hose supreme sheer. The Beautiful new stocking that offers famous supp Hose support and the ultimate in Sheerness. All this. Plus the most magnificent Range of fashion tones Ever and $4 95 or. Drysdale a free parking Armor lot next door pan two years ago Nas olten performed in the area As Well As appearing professionally in Westchester county . And in Dallas Tex. She has studied Ballet with Loma London of the american Dallet school with the metropolitan opera Dallet company and with Marina Swet Lova. A resident of Manchester Center she is a graduate of Middle Bury College and also the Mother of two Small daughters. For the past two years she has conducted her own Ballet school in Manchester Center. A Mary Poppins will Mark the first Public appearance of her school. Tickets May be purchased at Hiu and Dale country store in Manchester Center from pupils or at the door. Peru Alice Dibble 824 5407 a Peru fire department meeting is scheduled for thursday evening at 7 30 at the Community House. Everyone is Welcome. A musical a going West a was presented by the Peru school upper grades thursday evening for the Community. The lower grades Sang a program of i Atin american songs. Music teacher mrs. Storey directed the children. Leads in the operetta were enacted by Elizabeth de Schweyn Ltd Wesley Johnson and Susan Dibble with a supporting cast and chorus. Remember you get double triple Quot a Quot Blue Stamps every wednesday grand Union Empire no minimum Purchase necessary the Peru school baseball team created by some interested boys at school and including girls Strong enough to Bat was invited last Friday to play the Bondville school at Bondville where Peru was Defeated 8-6 in six innings. The game was shortened by necessity. Today Bondville played Peru in Peru. William Johnson transported the team last week mrs. Roy Norse the spectators. Listers have concluded their duties for the year and a grievance meeting took place Moi Day. Or. And mrs. . Dibble and daughter Susan visited or. And mrs. James Mills of Montclair . And Londonderry in new Jersey last weekend and saw a the Man of la Manchau and the Balanchine City Center Ballet a Don participants in the White water races near Jamaica who were Here for the weekend were mrs. David Binger visiting the Robert my rums of Bedford Village . And Peru and Charles Martin with his family the Fontain Martins of Darien Conn. And Landgrove. Mrs. Robert Wright of Brattleboro daughter of or. And mrs. Theodore tiler of Winhall gave birth to an eight Pound six ounce baby girl May 15 at Grace cottage Hospital Townshend. The baby a name is Nancy Lynn. Or. And mrs. Theodore Mille i attended the 25th wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Edward Hughes in Benson May 15. Hughes is mrs. Millers brother. Mrs. Miller brought along a four tiered cake for the Celebration. On monday Winhall played Londonderry and the local team was Defeated 14-6. Or. And mrs. Walter Crowninshield of Brockton mass., were at their place Here during the weekend. Mrs. William Connolly was guest of Honor at a Surprise birthday party May la at the Home of or. And mrs. James Capen of South Londonderry. The party was also attended by her husband and family her parents or. And mrs. Herbert a Goon and her brother Herbert and family. Or. And mrs. John d. Britton of Bloomfield Conn., were at their place on the Winhall hollow Toad during the weekend. They Are planning to leave soon on a trip to Europe. John o. Slade 824-6619 or. And mrs. James Johnson of Fairfield Conn., were at their a Frame Home on Stoney Hill during the weekend. Or. And mrs. John Connolly and or. . Hennessy of Rosalyn ., were at their chalet at a Stratton Waldo during the weekend. E guests of or. And mrs. Frederick Lyons during the weekend were miss Hazel and miss Mildred Burbank mrs. Tressle Hughes of Chester or. And mrs. Kenneth Lyons and family of Hartford vt., or. And mrs. Robert Gray and family and Sprague Lyons of Lexington mass. Automated . Bigger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. Menus Zipper Here s style and Comfort in a jacket. Plenty of style too. Solids fancy plaids sizes so a Al $ 5.95 noon a next to North Street parking lot our 3rd annual pm nos known for values rain or i Shine shop under our covered walks selection sizes and quantities Are limited for this Sale a Only May 20 and Hany items to in amp see prices slashed this is a once a year Sale Mdse. All on sidewalk. J or More save Many dollars on . Home . of All kinds use your charge account now is the time to open a new account or reopen your old one All sales Unal charge it no Money Down. Up to 2 years to pay w sch Btl Fawi amp a a Xiyun 210 North Bennington Road Bennington Vermont

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